Antelope Island State Park

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open
Campgrounds: Open
Ice Thickness: None
Road Conditions: Clear
Trail Conditions: Clear and dry
Fire Restrictions: Fires are permitted in designated fire pits within Bridger Bay and White Rock Bay Campgrounds. Fireworks are not permitted.

Note: Water depth at the mouth of the marina is approximately 3 feet. Shallow areas and sandbars exist, use caution.

Insects: During warm months, insects are present on the island and emerge at different times.

  • Biting gnats (no-seeums) (NOT currently active on the Island) emerge in the spring (April – June).  These are very tiny biting flies. Insect repellent is ineffective against the gnats; fine-mesh head nets are recommended.
  • Midges (Currently active along the causeway) are non-biting flies that form columns along the causeway mid-spring through early fall. These are what cover your windshield while driving to and from the island.
  • Mosquitoes (currently active) are present from mid- spring through early fall. Insect repellent is effective. Note: West Nile Virus has been found in Davis County.
  • Brine Flies  (currently active along the shoreline) are non-biting flies that cover the shorelines and occasionally move onto land early-summer through fall. These flies are harmless and move out of the way when approached.


Last Updated: 7/24/2019